On November the 16th 2012 a delegation of Ukranian, Belarus and Moldavian trade unions visited the representative office of International Police Center in Moscow

On November the 16th 2012 a meeting between the leaders of Russian, Ukrainian, Belarus and Moldavian trade unions was held at the representative office of International Police Center in Moscow, Russia. Among the members of the meeting were: Alexey Lobarev – the Regional Chairman of the Independent Trade Union employees and veterans of law enforcement and security agencies Moscow, Anatoly Onischuk – the Chairman of the Professional Union certified employees of internal affairs Ukraine, Mikhail Lasku – the leader of the Trade Union Federation «Sindlex» Moldova and Vladimir Konovalenko – the Ministry of Internal Affairs Belarus veteran. A frank round-table conversation between the trade union leaders and the Secretary General of the Russian Union of Trade Unions Evgeni Kulikov was held. During the conversation the specifics of the unions work were discussed. A joint cooperation plan was worked out. One of the most important outcomes of the round-table conversation was the signing of a tripartite agreement on cooperation. The sightseeing tour around the city of Moscow took place.




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